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Frosted White Glass Subway Tile 1 sq.ft. (Eight 3" x 6" Tiles)

Frosted White Glass Subway Tile 1 sq.ft. (Eight 3" x 6" Tiles)

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The Frosted Sage Green Subway Tile is made from the strongest stain-resistant crystal clear glass. These tiles have a 8mm thickness that increases their durability and the depth of their color making them truly beautiful subway tiles. These subway tiles can be used for commercial or residential construction in either a wet or dry environment. These Subway tiles are sold by the square foot comprised of 8 individual tiles. The individual tiles measure 3x6. This product comes on a mesh backing for easy installation.

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Bianchi Celeste Green tileFor those who love Bianchi Celeste green (like I do), this is a gorgeous color tile. It's very smooth, has a great feel and looks beautiful.

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Excellent ProductWe had some issues finding the correc blade to cut these thick tiles, but the end result was completely awesome and exactly the look we were looking for. Would highly recommend for what we used it for, a kitchen backsplash.

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  • We ship from California. All items ordered are in stock unless a phone pre-order. We ship all orders within 24 hours of order time (Saturday & Sunday excluded).
  • Delivery times within California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona and Nevada are within 2-3 days.
  • Texas and East beyond is within 3-5 days. Hawaii & Alaska 4-7 days.
  • Currently due to Covid-19 & various disturbances USPS & UPS are experiencing delays and may result in delayed timings.
  • Shipments do tend to get broken up by shipping agencies and may arrive within 1-3 day gap.
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Lucy White Frosted 4x16" - Super White Frosted glass tile, Sell by Piece. We recommend: Mapei Adsilex P10 bright white.
Suggested Grout Color: Bostik Dimension Diamond H600

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including crystalline silica (airborne particles of respirable size) in dust created during fabrication/installation if the product is dry cut/ground or pulverized, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to

CollectionLarge Glass Tile
Thickness 3/8 in (8.00 mm)
Weight1.76 Lbs
Country of OriginAsia
LookSubway Glass Tile
ResidentialCommercialLight Commercial
Interior Dry Walls
Interior Floors
Shower Walls
Shower Floors
Pool Liners
Exterior Walls
Exterior Floors

Print Specification

SqFt Per Piece0.43
Weight Per Piece1.76
Pieces Per Box25
SqFt Per Box10.76
Weight Per Box44.00

Mosaics Installation Guidelines

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The owner or owner’s representative is responsible for determining the acceptability of the product prior to installation. All Installations should be done by a professional tile installer.

1. Measuring: Measure coverage area, make sure to purchase at least 10% extra material than is required. This will account for any breakage or mis-cuts during installation, and ensure you have extra material should you have to replace any tile elements in the future.

2. Verifying Dye Lot Consistency: The owner or end user is responsible for determining the acceptability of the product. Due to the handmade, artistic nature of our product, variation in color, shade, tone, and size is normal.

  • Upon delivery, open and inspect each box of tile.
  • Verify dye lot consistency in the following manner. To establish color control samples, randomly select 5 pieces from your order from different boxes.
  • To assure shade variations are acceptable check, the remaining sheets or field tile in your order against the control samples, prior to installation.
  • If ordering additional materials. Sample shall be sent to help attempt to match previously ordered material.

3. Setting Material: Because of the translucent nature of glass, the color of the bonding material will impact the ultimate look of the tile. We highly recommend the use of white polymer modified white thin-set.

Acceptable Thin-Sets (White Color):

  • MAPEI: Adesilex P10 Bright White Thin-Set Mortar mixed With Keraply Mortar Additive
  • BOSTIK: ReFlex Ultra-Premium Latex Modified Thin-Set Mortar
  • LATICRETE: Glass Tile Adhesive
  • TEC SPECIALTY PRODUCTS: Super Flex Premium Performance Universal Latex-Modified ThinSet Mortar

Acceptable Grout:

  • MAPEI: Keracolor S
  • Bostik: Dimensions & TruColor
  • LATICRETE: 1500 Sanded Grout
  • TEC: AccuColor Premium Sanded Tile Grout

4. Cutting: Plan the placement of the tiles on your wall prior to installation. If you need to cut a mosaic sheet, cut from the back using a utility knife between tiles along the grout joints. Should you need to cut across tiles in a fashion that is not possible with a utility knife, use a wet saw with a diamond blade to cut through the tile.

5. Drilling: Using a drill bit designed for glass is recommended. When drilling the hole, keep the bit and hole lubricated to prevent chipping. Start by drilling from both ends of the tile, starting with the back and drilling half the depth of the tile. Then, turn the tile over and complete the hole is recommended. This will prevent the glass from chipping as the drill bit exits the tile.

6. Applying Setting Materials:

  • Apply setting material using the notched side of a V-notched trowel. Using the flat side of the trowels, smooth out all ridges to achieve a consistent, even 1/8” (3mm) coverage.
  • Apply glass mosaic sheets, mesh -side down, firmly into freshly laid setting material. Mix and match from assorted sell units to achieve consistent variation. Using a rubber grout float gently press the tile into adhesive to ensure complete contact.
  • Natural Stone should be sealed prior to grouting. A premium penetrating sealer is recommended for a natural look. Please refer to sealer manufacturer’s recommendations for application instructions.

7. Cleaning: Clean all excess grout immediately with a damp sponge. After 12 hours polish off any remaining haze with a dry cloth or towel. For tough stains, we require the use of PH Neutral cleaner to clean the tile and grout, such as Grout & Tile neutral cleaner.

Maintenance & Care

Required to use a soft bristle brush to scrub the tile surfaces and grout. Take care to only use a soft bristle brush, to avoid the chance of scratching or damaging the grout. Then, simply wipe the surface, rinse well with clean water, and dry with a soft clean towel.

Required to use PH Neutral Cleaner to clean the tile and grout, such as Grout & Tile Neutral Cleaner

We strongly recommend customers to use a licensed tile contractor to do the tile installation and always use TCNA tile installation handbook as the installation guidance

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What is Subway Tile?

Traditionally, subway tile backsplash is a white 3 x 6 inch glazed ceramic tile. However, the definition of subway tile has expanded as it has grown in popularity in the design world to include most sizes that are twice the length as they are wide. They come in virtually all colors and many other materials like glass, porcelain, and natural stone.


Are Subway Tiles Going Out of Style?

Not even close. They have been in style for over a hundred years and are not in danger of going out of style any time soon. Some of the more trendy interpretations may someday come to feel a bit dated but neutral color and classic patterns are always classy.

Get more backsplash ideas for kitchens.


What Size Are Subway Tiles?

Traditionally, subway tile is 3 x 6 inches. However, sizes for subway tile have expanded to include many other sizes. The general rule is any wall tile with a 1 to 2 size can be styled as a subway tile: 2 x 4, 4 x 8, 6 x 12. Sometimes tiles that are not 1:2 but still have a smaller rectangular shape are considered subway tile as well, like a 4 x 10.


What Does Subway Tile Cost?

Classic ceramic subway tile is one of the most affordable types of tile per square foot. There are many types of subway tile available that vary widely in price, such as marble, handcrafted, and glass.


Are Subway Tiles Ceramic or Porcelain?

Traditional subway tile is glazed ceramic. But you can get subway tile in porcelain, many kinds of natural stone, glass, and more.


Why Is Subway Tile Called Subway Tile?

The first application of the glazed ceramic 3 x 6 white tile was in the subway stations beneath New York City in 1904. Their popularity quickly spread into businesses and homes in the years that followed.


How Do You Lay a Herringbone Subway Tile Pattern?

Herringbone pattern subway tile is laid with one tile oriented to the left and one to the right forming an interwoven look. The first tile is usually laid on an angle. The second is laid opposite to it and on top of it with the short end of the first tile next to the long end of the second tile. 


For more detailed instructions see our herringbone guide. Subway tile has nearly limitless options when it comes to patterns. Visit our patterns guide to get more ideas.


Do I Need Spacers for Subway Tile?

Spacers are always a good idea when installing tile of any type. They ensure you get a proper grout joint that is even and allows for structural movement without disrupting your tile.


What Are Some Subway Tile Alternatives?

If you like subway tile but are looking for something a little different, you might like these subway tile alternatives for your kitchen backsplash or bathroom wall.

• Brick look tile
• Linear or plank tile
• Curvy shapes
• Stone backsplash


Can Subway Tile Go in the Shower?

Yes. Subway tile in the shower is a classic look and durable choice. Subway tile is ideal for shower walls but cannot go on the shower floor.


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